The Bolgatanga Technical University in the Upper East Region has launched a 10-year strategic plan aimed at improving and mastering the art of technical courses in the country.
The plan seeks to increase access, enhance quality, improve financing, and ensure effective governance and management of the university.
“These strategic priority areas support the university’s commitment to achieving excellence in its core functions of teaching/learning, knowledge dissemination, and exchange, in addition to stakeholder engagement. As a TVET institution, it is the university’s belief to not only equip students with technological skills for their future careers but also inculcate in them critical minds, concern, and respect for humankind and nature, as well as an in-depth understanding of the world,” Professor Alnaa noted at the launch of the plan.
Professor Samuel Alnaa, the Vice-chancellor of the university said, “The process of formulating the strategic plan gave us the opportunity to conduct smart analysis to determine the challenges ahead and also outline strategies, “not only to respond to the changing needs of the institution but also to ensure we drive the industrialization agenda through TVET.”
He added that “the plan is an output of extensive consultations with various stakeholders of the university, whose input has been incorporated into this document. With the collaboration of our stakeholders, the goals that we seek to accomplish will gradually transform into memorable milestones of which we can be proud by investing in the future of Bolgatanga Technical University.”
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